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Vicious criminal Brad Mayfield (WWE star Kurt Angle) takes pleasure in kidnapping, assault and deranged murder. It is up to Officer Dan Burk to stop his lust for blood. The stakes of the game quickly rise when Burk becomes romantically involved with a beautiful woman who happens to be Mayfield's next victim. When Burk's girlfriend and his daughter are kidnapped, the case goes from just a job to a race against time to save his family.
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Kurt Angle was shockingly bad. So wooden. I was not expecting that, as his wrestling persona can be a quick wit, or a credible wordsmith during promos. In the first minute I was wondering if the joke was on us, but from all accounts this was a serious attempt. For all involved, make it your last.
So yeah, this was the worst movie I have ever seen, I believe. Sometimes movies are so bad they are kind of good, and you want to share them with others. If I do share this with others I will be sure to also share a case of beer so that they are still around for me to share things in the future. There was no value to this one, none. Thankfully the price has always been bargain bin, I just paid more for my ham and egg sandwich this morning than I did for the movie, so there's that.
So yeah, go in expecting bad. And then expect to see worse.
The "actor" who played the cop was so bad it was comical. The movie starts out with Kurt handcuffing his "date" to a bed then taking her from behind while suffocating her with his paw. At this point he eludes the cops who are extremely stupid. Kurt wears a peel off mask to disguise himself, but the effect is so poor, he really doesn't look much different with the mask on, less so than C. Kent and Superman.
While there are many sexual situations, there is no nudity, even in the strip joint, where customers at this Pittsburgh bar are satisfied to see women strip down to their undergarments.
The only decent dialogue was when the cop was investigating the murder at the dive hotel and talks to the manager. Cop: "How do you know she was a prostitute?" Manager: "Do you think she came here for the atmosphere?" Cop: "Did you hear anything unusual, like loud noises?" Manager: "Yea. That is every night." At this point the movie doesn't get any better. It might be a worthwhile view while being stoned with your MST buddies.
Sadly, this Kurt Angle vehicle proved that my original fears were, at least in this case, correct.
This barely b-grade flick is evocative of the annual high school drama class production which we all cringed to watch in the school auditorium. 'End Game' delivered the near-perfect symbiosis of stiff wooden acting, ridiculous score, horrific costume design, derivative cinematography, and a plot that must've been written on the back of an IHOP menu.
This pile of crap would've made the Troma guys embarrassed and Golan & Globus of the Cannon Group gawk in stunned amazement.
If you went to film school for exactly one day and quit - you'd still have a leg up on Bruce Koehler, the hack that was given directorship of this cheapo monstrosity.
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When I first heard about this movie I was a bit surprised by it, Kurt Angle starring in a movie.Read more